You can’t always control a student’s actions, but you can be sure to protect yourself and your rights.
After your appraiser conducts a formal observation they must conduct a post-observation conference with you within ten working days.
Some days it seems impossible, but with a little guidance, your classroom can be (mostly) drama free.
State law mandates that a teacher’s grade is final and cannot be changed unless it is erroneous, arbitrary, or violates the district’s grading policy.
You should endeavor to go into the classroom every day prepared to make the right decisions.
You are about to meet with a parent whom you believe will be out of control. You may even fear what the parent will do. What are you going to do? Teachers face this situation every day. Unfortunately, there is very little training or guidance offered to teachers in this area. So what do you
1. Be consistent. When you reprimand an action one day and ignore it the next, children do not know what to expect. As a result, they’ll often try it again to see if they can “get away with it.” They are also quick to see and resent the basic unfairness of inconsistency. 2. Do not